- Pacom 1065-EC Elevator Controller Datasheet
- 1065-EC Firmware 2.04
- Release Notes - 1065-EC Firmware 2.04
1065-EC elevator controller
The 1065-EC is used to control access to the floors serviced by an elevator, where a low-level elevator interface is used. This is carried out by interrupting the wiring between the elevator and its elevator control panel with relays, so that the Pacom system determines whether or not the elevator can be accessed, and may also determine which floors can be selected. Generally, a card reader is installed in the elevator car and when a valid card is swiped, the selection buttons for the floors authorized for that cardholder can be activated. Once a floor selection button is pressed, no other floor can be selected.
The 1065-EC requires 1050-003 8-output expansion card(s) in order to have the required number of relays for full control of floor selection. It may also be used without expansion cards, where it will control access to the elevator only, allowing the user to select any floor once their access card is validated. The 1065-EC also supports "apartment" operation. In this scenario, the person in the apartment can press a button to allow a visitor access to the floor that the apartment is on. When the visitor enters the elevator, only the floor that has granted the access is selectable.
When connected to a Controller, each 1065-EC can control access to up to 16 consecutively numbered floors. If an elevator services non-consecutive floors (for example, floor 1 and floors 20-30), although it may be less than 16 floors in total, it may require two 1065R-EC devices - one for each group of 16. It communicates with the Controller over an RS485 multi-drop device loop. A 1058 Controller can control access for up to two elevators. 1057 and 8001 Controllers can control access for up to 16 elevators (all Controllers have a limit of 128 floors per elevator).